Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

Camping and Lodging

Overview | Climate/Map | Description | Things to Do | Camping/Lodging | Nearby

No lodging is available in the monument. Motels and other lodging are available in the towns of Ajo, Gila Bend and Tucson.

Click on city name above for rates, availability and reservations online.

Map of Area

Campground Map

Camping & RV Park

Twin Peaks (Main) Campground. Reservations are required in peak season (Jan through March). There are 208 sites, with four sites for larger RVs up to 45 feet (no hookups); 34 sites are reserved for tent camping. Click here to make reservations. During off season self-registration is available when entrance station is unoccupied. Fee Sites are first-come, first-served; no reservations. There are no electric, water, or sewage hook-ups; however, a dump station with potable water is available, and the rest rooms have flush toilets and running water.

Alamo Primitive Campground. Primitive tent camping only for only four sites. No motorhomes. Water not available. No generators. Sites may fill early especially in winter. No advance reservations. Self register at the campground.

Backcountry Camping. Fee - Obtain required permit at visitor center. Campsite must be at least 1/2 mile away from roads, structures. No advance reservations.

Group Camping. There are five sites that for groups of 18 to 45 people. Click here to make reservations.

Private campgrounds are located in Lukeville, Why, and Ajo.




Share this page on Facebook:

DesertUSA Newsletter -- We send articles on hiking, camping and places to explore, as well as animals, wildflower reports, plant information and much more. Sign up below or read more about the DesertUSA newsletter here. (It's Free.)

The Desert Environment
The North American Deserts
Desert Geological Terms


Enter Email:


Home  | About | Contact Us | Feedback | Privacy | Site Outline | Advertising on DesertUSA | Aquis Towels | Hotels

Copyright © 1996-2019 and Digital West Media, Inc. - -